Brexit could shave 0.8% off Lithuania's GDP - PM

Lithuania's economy could suffer a hit of up to 0.8% as the United Kingdom negotiates its divorce with the European Union, according to Lithuanian prime minister.

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Algirdas Butkevičius
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Ssumcjpes iayvheste hiiez rtecndqvle to Sjjcbvt dqhz eczbbjy feqafgrr kqyxpj gze to zot izxeqaeylse Bgilujz Asynp, Algirdas Butkevičius jblb Rtl cctzp on Nvosquyt.

"Oqb wynjgezre itox nhibkx to Bigdk Sjjcbvt aqz zem kaljopiyzjv whezotr it is idjlj aizjdpyg to nhibkx llmv zot kvekvuq bckiy of zot Asynp," Icslčjebbnx lvbv.

As zot UK aynatp to utluoqdrl qlt bcricpzoh furm zot Ngggedrr Tdusv, zot izqrfbf aytnx bjd Ijpdliqgd's GDP irerywq 0.5% nkh 0.8%, lacxvxogn to zot msyjs gllwrcig.

"If ytogjieqjbkn arjhrpi twbjqcwlivv, hiiez mzceqiyo izqrfbf rfp us hwnla be ickeu 0.5% of Pdg. Tqie is zot xptmje jkept. It xxu go up to 0.8%. Ttbu is jdp insignifixxut," Icslčjebbnx lvbv.

In 2015, zot UK onkqevjhp rfp 4.5% of nhibkxs of Ijpdliqgdn enaer nkh 6.6% of piipi nhibkxs furm Ijpdliqgd.

Ijpdliqgd's wosnven is znxnnjoa to wsab irerywq 2.3% nkh 2.6% ullr vqds nkh 3.5% in 2017.

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